Beyoncé shows off sexy curves, dances seductively, twerks in new music video ‘Yoncé’

beyonce25f-5-webBeyoncé is showing exactly how sexy should be done.

The 32-year-old singer released another music video off her highly successful surprise album “Beyoncé.”

If Beyoncé weren’t enough to heat up the screen, she’s joined by Victoria’s Secret models Chanel Iman, Joan Smalls and Jourdan Dunn, who all add to the video’s sexiness. Wearing fish nets, leather and lace, the ladies give glimpses of booty cheeks, underboob and even some licking — this is sure to be a holiday treat.

Oh and then there’s also the lyrics, which include: “See me up in the club with 50 of them girls / Posted in the back, got my things and my grill / Brooklyn brim with my eyes sitting low / Every boy in here with me got that smoke / Every girl in here got to look me up and down.”

Fans also couldn’t ignore her surprise album, which was released Friday, Dec. 13 with no notice. By Monday the album had sold more than 617,000 units on iTunes.

“It was a brilliant and innovative marketing idea,” John Sykes, Clear Channel President of Entertainment Enterprises, said in a statement. “We found out when everyone else did, minutes before it was released.”

The same day the album dropped Beyoncé also premiered the music video “Drunk in Love” featuring her husband Jay Z and it left heads spinning.

“I didn’t want to release my music the way I’ve done it,” Beyoncé said in a statement. “I am bored with that. I feel like I am able to speak directly to my fans.”

Blue Ivy’s mom must have been feeling the love because she had another surprise for fans when she dropped by a Walmart in Tewksbury, Mass., Us Weekly reported. She not only addressed the crowd via the store’s intercom, but she also gifted everyone with a $50 Walmart gift card, which totaled $37,500 for 720 shoppers.


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